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Memphis Xplorers

Memphis Xplorers
Memphis Xplorers
Founded 2001
Folded 2006
League AF2
Conference National
Division South
Based in Southaven, Mississippi
Arena DeSoto Civic Center
Championships ArenaCup: 2005
Conference titles 2005
Division titles 2005
Playoff berths 2004, 2005, 2006

The Memphis Xplorers were a professional arena football team. They were a 2001 expansion member of the af2. They played their home games at DeSoto Civic Center in Southaven, Mississippi (a suburb of Memphis, Tennessee).

On October 11, 2006, the team announced that they would not return for the 2007 season.[1]

In October 2007, local teacher Patrick Smith and a partner purchased the Memphis Xplorers for $100,000. There were plans to bring the team back for the 2009 season, with the possibility of the team's name being changed to the Midsouth Mafia.


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2001 3 13 0 7th NC South Central --
2002 5 11 0 4th NC Central --
2003 6 10 0 3rd NC Central --
2004 10 6 0 2nd AC Mid-South Lost Week 1 (Florida 35, Memphis 33)
2005 13 3 0 1st NC Western Won Week 2 (Memphis 71, Amarillo 30)
Won NC Championship (Memphis 58, Rio Grande Valley 49)
Won ArenaCup VI (Memphis 63, Louisville 41)
2006 11 5 0 2nd AC Southern Won Round 1 (Memphis 83, Louisville 61)
Lost Round 2 (Green Bay 67, Memphis 50)
Totals 52 50 0 (including playoffs)


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